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Metropole Télévision SA
EuronextMMT
CAC Mid 60 Component
IndustryMedia
Founded1987
Headquarters,
Key people
Nicolas De Tavernost (CEO)
ProductsTelevision broadcasting and production, websites, media investments
RevenueIncrease 1.279 billion € (2016)
Increase 153 million € (2016)
OwnersRTL Group (48.26%)
CNP (7.24%)
Employees (0.81%)
Self-owned (0.33%)
Websitewww.groupem6.fr

Metropole Télévision S.A, commonly known as Groupe M6 (English: M6 Group), is a French media holding company. It was formed around the commercial television channel M6, launched on 1 March 1987 by the CLT (RTL Télévision) and La Lyonnaise des Eaux.[1][2][3]

Assets

Television

Channel Description Stake Launched Acquired
M6 Broadcast network 100% 1 March 1987 (replaced TV6)
W9 Digital broadcast network 31 March 2005
6ter Generalist family channel launched for DTT 12 December 2012
Paris Première General interest Pay-TV channel with a cultural bias
Available on Pay-DTT, with FTA programs
15 December 1986 6 May 2004
Téva Generalist Pay-TV channel targeting a female audience 6 October 1996
M6 Music Music channel 5 March 1998
Série Club Channel dedicated to TV series 50% Groupe TF1, 50% Groupe M6 8 March 1993
MCM Youth entertainment and music channel 100% (via Groupe MCM) 1 July 1989 2 September 2019
MCM Top Music channel
Distributed in Portugal and Brazil
28 November 2003
RFM TV Music channel
Available in Portugal as MCM Pop
3 April 2001
La Chaîne du Père Noël Children channel, available every year for the Christmas and holiday season 100% (via Jeunesse TV) 5 November 2011
Gulli Generalist children channel on free-DTT 18 November 2005
Tiji Channel for children under seven 15 December 2000
Canal J Channel for children over seven 23 December 1985
M6 Suisse Swiss subfeed, available in free-to-air on satellite 100% (advertising window operated by Goldbach Media) 2 October 2001
W9 Suisse 2 August 2011
6ter Suisse 2014

International

Channel Description Stake Launched Acquired
M6 International International version of M6, outside Europe 100% 2019
Gulli Girl Russian children channel 2009 2 September 2019
Tiji Russie Russian preschool channel
Gulli Africa Generalist children channel for the African market 23 March 2015
Gulli Bil-Arabi International Arab-language children channel 28 June 2017
Gulli Brasil Generalist Portuguese-language children channel in Brazil and Africa 9 August 2020

Former channels

Channel Description Stake Launched Ceased Acquired
Fun TV Music channel 100% 22 February 1997 31 December 2008
M6 Music Black Music channel 10 January 2005 4 January 2015
M6 Music Club Music channel 20 January 2009 4 January 2015
M6 Music Rock Music channel 10 January 2005 20 January 2009
(replaced by M6 Music Club)
M6 Boutique & Co TV shopping channel 100% (via Home Shopping Service) 19 May 1998 1 July 2020
Best of Shopping TV shopping channel 1 October 2003 1 July 2020
Girondins TV Channel dedicated to FC Girondins de Bordeaux 100% (via FC des Girondins de Bordeaux) 14 August 2008 30 October 2018
TF6 Generalist family channel 50% Groupe TF1, 50% Groupe M6 18 December 2000 31 December 2014

Radio

The Groupe M6 acquired RTL France on 1 October 2017, to its main shareholder RTL Group.

Radio Description Stake Launched Acquired
RTL Generalist 100% 15 March 1933 1 October 2017
RTL2 Pop-rock music 6 January 1992
Fun Radio Youth-oriented and dance music 2 October 1985

Video platforms

On 19 March 2008, M6 launched its first catchup service, M6 Replay. On 4 November 2013, M6 Replay, W9 Replay and 6ter Replay were merged into 6play. Since late 2017, RTL radios joined 6play.

Service Description Stake Launched Acquired
6play Catchup, live TV, radio and video on demand
Available in Belgium and Croatia as RTL Play, and in Hungary as RTL Most
100% (via M6 Web) 4 November 2013
Gulli Replay Catchup and live TV, available on TV providers, and Gulli website and mobile app
Gulli is also now available on 6play.
100% (via Jeunesse TV) April 2010 2 September 2019
Gulli Max Children SVOD service, available in OTT, as the premium option of Gulli Replay on Gulli website and mobile app, on Prime Video Channels, on Salto, or included in the Famille bouquet of Canal+ 2014
Salto SVOD platform owned by the 3 main French television groups, to compete with the American SVOD giants (Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+) JV with France Télévisions and Groupe TF1 20 October 2020

Film

  • M6 Films, film co-production
  • M6 Studio, film production
  • Société Nouvelle de Cinématographie, film catalog
  • Société Nouvelle de Distribution, film distribution
  • Studio 89 Productions, television production
  • C-Productions, television news production
  • Golden Network, digital content

References

  1. ^ "20 ans de cotation de M6 sur la place parisienne". Euronext. 24 September 2014.
  2. ^ "M6 en quête de nouvelles recettes". Le Monde. 22 November 2013.
  3. ^ "M6 souffle ses 25 bougies". Terrafemina. 1 March 2012.

External links

This page was last edited on 7 April 2021, at 20:35
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